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noun as in neglecting

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In San Diego, officials kicked around the possibility of using the drone for vehicle enforcement on the freeway — but asked General Atomics to withhold that information publicly, omitting one of the reasons they were interested in the test flight.

In early October 1918, the Board of Statistical Investigation in Massachusetts warned that “the use of a vaccine should not be taken as an excuse for omitting such safeguards” as wearing masks and maintaining good ventilation.

Plus, the original problem is one between the couple, who made the video, and you, whom they omitted.

SpyFu rounds out the group, coming in at 81% of median, while Sistrix was omitted, reporting only 11% of the median.

I also had to omit TopRank from the analysis, as not all tools were able to populate data for this domain.

By omitting LGBT contestants, ABC is missing out on a huge demographic.

Omitting the latter would have been a catastrophic mistake by the Pentagon.

Both keep up the appearance of gaining ground, often omitting or altering facts.

Omitting health status as a control variable increases the estimated hazard ratio to 1.10 (95 percent CI, 1.03–1.19).

Also omitting smoking status and body mass index increases the hazard ratio to 1.20 (95 percent CI, 1.15–1.24).

The latter syllable of Venus comes at the csural pause; but the scansion is best mended by omitting nygh; see footnote.

There were one hundred and fifty-seven votes for omitting this passage, and one hundred and sixty-three for retaining it.

Apply a coat of strong fish glue to one of these pieces of paper, omitting a strip along one edge, about 1 in.

By omitting these details he shows that he was conscious of having told a deliberate falsehood.

The original chant, omitting the narrative part as given above, runs in this fashion, word for word.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to omitting, such as: canceling, discarding, disregarding, excepting, excluding, and ignoring.

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